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We are pleased to announce that a Special Issue of Management In Education (is now with the publishers) entitled ‘Research Methods for Educational Leadership’ due for publication early in 2018

This will include:
Editorial – Victoria Showunmi and Alison Fox

Paper 1 – Deb Outhwaite – the development of a methodological approach to study the expansion of the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme in England

Paper 2 – Mishel Moriah – the application of interpretative phenomenological analysis to a study of Caribbean school leaders’ views of leading for inclusion

Paper 3 – Anna Reid and Rene Koglbauer – the use of a visual method to apply theory to practice in leadership development programme evaluation in England

Paper 4 – Elizabeth Hidson – the multiple applicability of video for observation as a leadership tool

Paper 5 – Val Poultney – the exploration of a self-analysis tool about leadership as a means of opening dialogue within school-university partnerships

Paper 6 – Angele Pulis – the use of a mixed methods design to explore pupil voice in assessing school quality in Malta

Implication piece 1 – Kieran McShane and Stephan McElwee (school leaders from Northumberland) respond to the papers from a practitioner perspective

Implication piece 2 – Liz Todd (editor of the International Journal for Research and Method in Education journal) responds to the papers from a methodological researcher’s perspective

Interview with Eric Addae-Kyeremeh about the use of evidence by and for school leadership

BELMAS RIG report from the Leadership Development Research Interest Group – Deb Outhwaite and Val Poultney

A BERA Educational Leadership SIG event is being organised at the Open University for March 28th 2018 to celebrate and reflect on the launch of this special issue.

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